Updated for JellyLock 0.0.8 and available in Cydia! The .zip is available for download on this page as well, but I really recommend getting it from Cydia, as I will be able to push updates with additional app icons ~ tweet~ donateHelp, my lock icon isn't themed!
Yes, that's cause the lock icon isn't included in Minimalist JellyLock! Why? Cause there are already loads of great lock icons out there. For example, check out Geometry
.How do I use a custom lock icon?
Place a custom lock icon in /Library/Application Support/JellyLock/Contents/Resources/lockReplacement/. Then open Settings > JellyLock > Advanced. At 'replace lock icon', enter the name of your custom image (WITHOUT .png at the end).I don't like the icon for app such-and-such
Good thing there are alts for over half the supported icons! Have a look in /var/stash/Themes.XXXXXXX/Minimalist JellyLock.theme/Alts/. In order to use these, I suggest you make a custom JellyLock theme. Otherwise whenever I update Minimalist JellyLock, your custom icons will be overridden, and we don't want that
Make the following file structure in your Themes.XXXXX folder: CustomJellyLock.theme/Folders/JellyLock/Contents/Resources/shortcutIcons/. In this folder, place the alt icons, making sure not to change their name. When you're finished, drag your CustomJellyLock theme above
Minimalist JellyLock and respring.I would like you to make an icon for app such-and-such
Sure, just send me a tweet (@opdondertje) with the Bundle ID and I'll include your request in the next update! The easiest way to find the Bundle ID is by using AppInfo (look for 'Id'). If that doesn't work for some reason, use iFile to navigate to /User/Applications/APPNAME/APPNAME.app/ and open Info.plist with Text Viewer. Look for <key>CFBundleIdentifier</key>. The Bundle ID is in the next line down.[insert question about tweaks used in preview image here]
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